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Aaron's Wait

Elliott Smith Mystery, Book 2
Narrated by: Jim Hickey
Series: Elliott Smith Mystery, Book 2
Length: 8 hrs and 28 mins
Categories: LGBT, Literature & Fiction
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Summary

Aaron Stiles is dead. He's been dead for four years, but doesn’t seem to know it. He's waiting for his partner Bill to come home, and until that happens, he’s not going anywhere. The trouble is, Bill Somers won't be coming home - ever - because he's dead, too. The official verdict was suicide, but...

The last thing Elliott Smith needs in his latest renovation project is a ghost, especially one who won't let him sell the place until he solves the mystery of who killed Bill. He has John to help with the spectral side of things, but that just leaves him with the quandary of how to get information on the case. After all, he can hardly explain he's investigation on behalf of one dead man with the assistance of another.

©2009 F. Roger Margason (P)2013 F. Roger Margason

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  • 21-01-15

Wonderful!

I'm loving the progression of Elliot and Steve's relationship! It's good that it's not rushed into and I love how Elliot's sister is so desperate to get them married!

The plot of this story was heart breaking, and the mystery was intriguing. I really enjoyed this story.

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